The Telephone=register. (McMinnville, Or.) 1889-1953, April 19, 1889, Image 4

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    THE TELEPHONE-REGISTER.
McMncnuxi, -
O begon :
April
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■
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19, 1889.
MARTIN & SANDERS
WIT ANI> HUMOR.
“What a wonderful painter Ru­
bens was!” remarked Merritt at the
art gallery.
“Yes,” assented Cora. “It is said
of him that he could change a
laughing face into a sad one by a
single stroke.”
“Why,” spoke up little Johnnie
in disgust, “my schoolteacher could
do that.”— Detroit Free Press.
Citizen—“Well, Uncle Rast us,
how are you getting along with
your job on the Morning Clarion f”
Uncle Rastus—“I done lef’ de
place, sah, larst week.”
“What was the trouble?”
“Well, sah, yo’ see I was editin’
de coal department an’ de whole
business came about by journalistic
amenities. De young man what
calls hisself de religious editor
shobed me downsta’rs wif a scuttle­
ful of coal, an’ when I picked my­
self up I didn’t know whether I
was the |scuttle or the scuttle was
me. Dey said dat it wah one ob
dese yere journalistic amenities, an’
I jumped de job.”— Texas Siftings.
Foreman of composing room
(speaking through tube to manag­
ing editor)—“You say you want
that article about the woman who
killed a bear and three cubs illus­
trated with a cut of the woman?”
Managing editor—“Yes, I do.”
“What cut shall I use?”
“Where is that cut of Lydia
Pinkham that we run in the weekly?’
“It is being used in the first form
to illustrate that article on Queen
Victoria ”
“Well, then, run that picture of
Harriet Hubbard Ayer for the
woman who killed the bears.”
“All right, but what are we going
to do for cuts for that article about
Joseph Chamberlain and his bride?”
“Well, supposing that you run
that cut of W. L. Douglas that goes
with his $3 shoe ad for St. Joseph
and that old hand-bill cut of Em­
ma Abbott for his bride.”
“All right; and I suppose that
the old cut of the new Colorado
capitol will do for Sir Joseph’s cas­
tle, won’t it?”
“Yes, yes; run anything you can
find for the castle. There’s lots of
old cuts itighe job room. See if
lii" UbiJwUnug -there ~for
an article I’m going to send down
about the Emperor William and
his wife. I guess that old cut we
run a few weeks ago of Coquelin
and Jane Hading will tio.”
“All right, sir, Hading and C'o-
quelin goes.”— Detroit Free Press.
A woman yesterday stood at the
writing desk in the corridor of the
postoffice with a pen in her hand
and a postal card before her. She
was thinking deeply when a man
approached with a postal card in
his hand, looked in vain for a pen
and finally said :
“Madam, are you going to use
that pen for the next five minutes?”
“Yes sir,” she replied. “I am
just going to write to my husband.”
“And I am just going to write to
my wife. Curious coincidence, eh?”
“Oh, I don’t know about that.
My husband ran away, and I have
just got his address and was won­
dering whether I should tell him to
stay or come home.”
“By George, madam, but how
singular! My wife also skipped
out, and I was wondering what to
say to her. We are in the same
boat. Shall we write: ‘Come
home, darling,’ or, ‘I never want to
see your face again?’ What a cur­
ious coincidence!”
“Yes, I think it is,” remarked a
woman who came up behind him.
“Trying to make a mash, are you !
This is the way you hunt for work,
is it! Come home with me or I’ll
pull all the hair out of your head
and scratch that woman’s eves
out I”
He went humbly along in tow,
and a news-boy who sat on the
window-sill looked after the pair
and soliloquized:
“That’s what I call busting a co­
incidence and catching a liar at the
same time. Better write for your
darling to return by telegraph,
ma’am.”— Detroit Free Press.
Jenkinson Wipedunks would not
have exchanged situations with the
president of the United States, the
Prince of Wales or the drum-major
of a brass band.
Felisty McGinnis had answered
“yes” in a voice as soft and gentle
as the sigh of music in a dreamless
sleep or the murmuring wail of a
caressing breeze fronj lethean wat­
ers soothingly fanning the whiskers
of Father Time.
“Felisty,” he exclaimed raptur­
ously, as his left hand arm disap­
peared from sight with a rapid yet
sneaking motion toward the back
of the sofa on which they sat, and
the fingers of his right hand ap­
peared to be feeling for something
in his vest pocket, “you have made
me the happiest man in the world.”
“And you will forgive my pre­
sumption, darling,” he continued,
“if in anticipation of your answer I
have ventured to provide myself
with—with—a—with—a—”
Jenkinson paused in some appar­
ent excitement, and his finger and
thumb nervously explored his vest
pocket without seeming to find any­
thing.
“I—I must have lost it!” he
gasped. “Felisty, it was a ring!
Ha! Perhaps it is in some other
’>ocket!”
" Rising to his feet he thrust a
trembling hand into his trousers
pocket.
There was a hole in that pocket.
“Jenkinson,” said Felisty, as she
noted with concern his ghastly face,
which the light of desperate resolve
was breaking, “don’t grieve over it.
It will turn up. You are excited.
Is there anything I can do to—”
“Yes,” exclaimed Jenkinson in a
hollow voice, “Felisty, I think I
know where that ring is. If you
would do me a favor I shall never
forget it until the last hour of my
Eft; for the love of heaven go and
get me a bootjack and leave me to
myself for a few moments.”—<’Ai-
^ago Tribune.
ARE STILL
| They have received direct from
j: >♦< the factory a Carload of the Finest
| Buggies and Carriages ever bro’t
| into Vanihill County.
I
THE NOBBIEST LOT
| of Barouches, Carriages, Phaetons,
| Jump seat rigs, Buggies, Spring
| Wagons, Etc., you ever laid your
eyes upon. Their brand of bug­
gies have been well tested in this
climate and are guaranteed in ev­
ery particular. Having purchased
these buggies direct from the facto­
ry they are prepared to
QUOTE YOU BETTE
*i; than have ever before been offer-
I e<l in the Valley.
Not n Hard Bird to Catch.
THE STANDARD TROTTING STALLION.
“Wear These for My Sake.”
DICK FLAHERTY,
Notice to Stockmen!
Timber Lami. Act .lune 3, 1S7H
Notice for Publication.
Last week Herrmann, the mag-
The high bred Holstein bull. ARICA, will be
All Washington is splitting its
I. a nd office , Or eg on City, Or.)
L and O ffice at O regon C h y , [
kept for service at the farm of A. J. Baker, on
March 8, 1889.
|
ican, was standing with half a dozen sides over a story of social romance
Oregon, Mar. 8th, 1889. f
Sherican road, seven miles southwest of Mc­
Notice is hereby given that in oomplianoo
Notice is hereby given that in compliance with (be provisions of the act of congreM of
gentlemen near one of the trees in and and misadventure which has
Minnville,
with the provisions of the act of congress of
Record 2:30.
3, 1878, entitled “An act for the sale of
front of Williard’s hotel. The just leaked out George Barclay of
TERMS. #3.00 TO INSURE.
June 3, 1878. entitled “An act for the sa'e of June
timber lands in the states of California, Oregon
Please
call
and
examine
sire
and
calves.
branches were full of chattering the British legation has of late been
timber
lands in the states of California, Oregon. Nevada, and Washington territory,” William W
Will Make the Season of 1889,
Arica weighs 2400 pounds. Now is vonr time Nevada, and Washington territory,*’ John H
English sparrows. Said Mr. Her­ sufficiently epris of Miss Leiter, the
to ger a $20 cnlfat weaning time for $3.00. Rankin, of Portland, county of Multnomah, E«pey, of Portland, county of Multnomah, state
Special rates for breeding of six cows The state of Oregon, has this day filed in this office ol Oregon, has this day filed in this office hia
mann: “I cut zis from a newspa- beautiful Western heiress who has
riaicment No. 437, for the purchaae of
1, following is a letter frem Wm.*Nil«*s, the cele­ his sworn statement No 433; for the purchase sworn
parie about how to eat the sparrow,” turned all Washington heads this
brated breeder of fine stock,of Los Angeles, of the s I of ne .J and lots 1 and 2 of se< (ion No. the kw 4 of section No. 4 in township No. 3
south,
range
No. 6 west, and will offer proof to
; California:
and he read as follows :
4, in township No. 2 south, range No. 6 west, show that the land sought te more valuable for
winter. Mr. Barclay is the attrac­
AT M
FAIR
M r . W. L. G ilson . M c M innville , O regon ,
and will offer proof to show that the land sought its timber or stone than for agricultural purpos­
“Take a fat little bird by the tive young gentleman who won
Yamhill County, Oregon.
D ear S iu :—Y'cnr Holstein bull, Arica, with is more valuable for its timber or stone than for
beak, sprinkle a little salt over it, fame and money at the Knicker­
three others, were purchased in the East on agricultural purposes, ami to cstiblish his es. ami to establish his claim to said land before
account
of the superior richness of the milk of 1 claim to said land before the Register and Re the lighter and Receiver of this office at Ore­
take out the gullet, put the bird bocker club in New York by back­
DESCRIPTION AND PFDIGREI
their cows. The stock was selected in Hol­ ceiver of this oilice at Oregon City . Oregon, on gon City, Oregon, on Wednesday the 5tli day of
June, .889.
cleverly in your mouth, bite oil ing himself to drive to the Bruns­ DICK FLAHERTY is a chestnut,small strip and Molly); he by Young Morrill.
land by an experienced person. The sire of Wednesday, the 5th day of June. 1889.
He names as witnesses: W S Rany
Dick Flaherty’s dam, Bell Drew, has paced a , yoor bull is Prince Bismarck, No. 780. I keep
face, one white ankle; stands 16 hands high;
He names as witnesses: W S Ranyon, W W
close to your fingers and chew him wick hotel, dress for dinner and re­ in
weighs 1150 pounds; winner of the 2:40 class at mile in 2:30, by Dodd’s Nelson, by John Nelson ,'i brother of your bull for use in my herd. Espey, E Espey and E Griggs, all of Portlind, ney. E Griggs and M F Ncssley, all or
Multnomah county, Oregon.
manfully; the result will be an turn inside of ten minutes. He did City View Park, September 13, 1888, defeating 187;
2d dam bv Butterfield’s St. ( lair: 3d dam j March 15, lm
Sincerelv,
W m . N iles .
Multnomah county, Oregon.
1 <> zv 1- 1nr lit-
I ! 1. r rm 4 * ’s c 1)n44lr\...
. 1 .. »» a by
I...
Any and all persons claiming adversely the
dy U
Blackleg,
by Biggct
Rattler: I I 4 th I. dam
Maud Knox. Oneco, Oleander and Harvest in dvr
Any and all persons claiming a«lver-ely the above described ¡anda are requested to file üieir
abundance of juice to envelop the actually accomplish this feat inside three
straight heats. This was Diet’s first and Jack Hawkin«*, by Boston; 5th dam by Old St,
above describe«! lands are requested to tile heir claims in this office on or before said 5th dav of
the whole organ and you will enjoy of seven minutes. It is undoubtedly only race, at which time he he made his record Clair.
Notice of Appointment of Ad­ claims in this office on or before said 5th day of June, 1889.
2:30.
Sired by Fearnaught, Jr,
Fearnaught, Jr., dam Haldee, by Ohl Col um
ministratrix.
a pleasure unknown to the vulgar. owing to this nervous haste abnor­ of
June, 1889.
W. T BURNEY.
he by Fearnaught 112, record 2:23H. (winner bus; 2d dam by Harris' Hambletonian: 3d d im.
W. 1. BURNEY,
| MarlS IS
Frogs’ legs, blue points, little neck mally developed in an otherwise of the $10,000 purse at Buffalo in 1868, defeat Boston Girl, a celebrated 3-mile trotter, <iy Old
Register.
Marl5 15
Regis er.
----------------- -- ------
Notice
is
hereby
given
that
Mary
Haney,
the
Abdallah.
ing
George
Palmer,
Col.
Maynard.
American
clams, terrapin, plover, everything rather slow' nature that Mr. Bar­ Girl, J. J. Bradley, Myron Perry. Victor Hugo
undersigned, has been, by the county court of
Timber l.iin<l. Act .lune
1H7M.
would give way before the sparrow, clay has now to accept his present
Yamhill county, state of Oregon, duly ap­
Notice of Einal Settlement.
Notice lor Publication.
Study* thia horse’s breeding. Besides being a trotter himself, lie conies from pointed administratrix of the partnership es­
according to this description, if mortification.
tate of John Haney and R. Hanis, as Harris A
trotting ancestry.
I.AN1I opi ' ick , Oregon City, Or., 1
once placed on the bills of fare of It seems that on Wednesday
Haney, both deceased.
Notice is hereby given that the nnder>ign«d
March ath, I bay.
(
Therefore all prisons having claims against a J min istrator of uM t state of C. W ToteoO, de
To
Insure,
$40;
Season,
$30.
TERMS:
fashionable cafes.”
night Mr. Barclay felt the approach
Notice i< hereby given that in compliaoe.
said partnership, or against said partnership ceased, liae filed his final account in the county
“That is very well,” said one of of the cold wave and purchased some Mares bred by season payable July 1st; inares bred by insurance payable wli n mares are estate, are hereby notified to present them court of Yamhill county. Oregon, of his adinin- with the pr>.viBioiia of the ar t of cotigrea. of
information address:
duly verified an ! with proper vouchers to the st at ion in said estate, and said court has set June 3. 1'78, entitle! “An act for the a.l. of
the gentlemen, “but how are you of those warm woolen garments known to be with foal. For further CHAS.
timber lands
ùia, Oregon*
timber
lauda n n the
the elates
etatea ofCalifot
ofCalifoiuia,
Oregon
WOODS. Manager. McMinnville, Oregon.
undersigned, at Lafayette, Oregon, within 6ix
TUESDAY, MAY 7th, A. D., 180,
Nevada and Washinot.oti
•• Eluier Ea
going to get the little rascals? They which stick closer than a brother to
Waahiagton torrltnru
territory,"
months from this 22d day of March, 1889.
at
the
hour
of
1
o
’
clock,
p.
in.,
of
said
day
at
pey,
of
Portland,
county
of
Mnltnoniah;
«tate of
MJ RY HANEY,
are too small to shoot and too sly a cold man’s legs. The same after­
the county courtroom at McMinnville. Oregon, Or, hae tt.ia day tiled iu thia office hi«-worn ata to
March 22-11
Administratrix Aforesaid
as
the
tune
and
place
for
1he
hearing
of
the
and lively to be caught.
ment
No.43G,for
the
purchaae
of
the
iiw
4
ofeec.
noon he ordered a box of roses to
same.
h’o-10 in townaliip No. 2 south, range No. «
“Oh, you are mistaken. It is very be sent to his lodgings. Late for
If so be sure and call for your tickets
Therefore aJ! persons interested in said es »cat. a d will otter proof to «how that the land
Notice of Final Settlement.
easy to catch ze sparrow. See, how dinner, as usual, he rushed home,
via the
tate are hereby’ notified and required to appear nought is mi re valuable for Ifa timber or aloiia
at said time and place ami show cause, if any Ilian lor agricultural parpoaea, and to eotob-
I catch one,” and he made a grab dashed off a pretty note to Miss
Í
r.
Notice is hereby given that the undersigned, there be, why said estate be not finally settled. liah hia claim to «aid land bi 'ore the Itegiater
executor of the estate of Nancy Moor, deceased,
into the atmosphere, and, sure Leiter, saying, “Wear these this
I’ ÎW
Dated this 22<i day of March, I «89.
and Becetver ot thin office nt Oievon City, Ore-
has filed his final account of his administration
m f . i>\\
gull, on Wednesday, the .'¡th day of Jun«. lHuy.
enough, got a cock sparrow in his evening for my sake,” and handed
of said estate in the county court of Yamhill
Administrator of said Estate.
lie name« n« witnesses;
tv H Ilaliyan. W W
BALLARD HUNTING,, county, Oregon, and said cour4 has fixed
hand that chattered and pecked the note and the box containing
F enton &. F enton ,
—THE-
E«P y, E Grigge and M P Neaaley. all of Port
Attorneys for Estate
Marell 22-11 land, Mu’lrnmiah county, Oregon,
TUESDAY, MAY’ 7th, A. I)., 1889,
viciously. Herrmann showed up the woolen goods to his servant,
GALLERY-^TARGET RIELES
H
Any and all persons claiming adversely the
at the hour of 1 o’clock in the afternoon cf said
the plumpness of the little bird to while the box of roses remained up­
above described lands are requested to file tinir
Jay,
at
the
county
court
loom
at
McMinnville,
The best and simplest
claims
in this office on or before aaid 5tb day of
Administrators Notice.
his staring friends, saying: “Now on Mr. Barclay’s table.
Oregon, as the time and place for hearing the
June, 1889.
same.
It is positively the shortest and fin Ht
my little friend, do not hurt me.
The note and box were duly de­ line to Chicago and the east and south and
Notice is hereby given that, the nndersigneJ u
W.T. BURNEY.
Therefore all persons interested in said es­
Ah, you get away,” and the sparrow livered, and upon opening the note the
Refteten*.
tat ■» are hereby notified and required to appear have been by the county court of Yamhill Mario la
only sleeping and dining car through
IL
MADE.
county,
Oregon,
duly
appointed
joint
adminis
­
at
said
time
and
place
to
show
cause,
if
any
escaped and Hew up to a limb, the young girl’s face flushed with line to
there be, why said estate be not finally settled trators of the estate of John ( ai lin, late of s i id Tiiubcr l.anil. Act .lune 3, IH7S..
yL Strongest Shooting.
where he smoothed his feathers and pleasure as she read: “May I hope Omaha, Kamias City, and all Miaaourl
county, deceased.
and said executor discharged.
River Points.
Notice for 1’iiblication.
Therefore all person, having c’aims against
Dated this 22d day of March, 1889.
looked very mad.
VX
EASIEST WGRKIKC.
that you will wear these for my
said estate are hereby notified and required to
HENRY PETTEBONE MOOR,
1.1 si, orricK at Oregon CHy. Or I
Its
magnificent
steel
track,
unsurpassed
“I will catch annoder,” said Her­ sake?” With eager hands she un­
All sizes from 22 calibre
present the s«me with proper vouchers to the
Executor of said Estate.
March
j
train service and elegant dining and
to 45 calibre.
The
undersigned at th“ law office of Fenton A Fen- 1
F enton k F enton ,
mann, and making another grasp, tied the fastenings of the box and sleeping
Notire
>>< hereby given that in compliant'»
cars has honestly earned for it the
ton. at McMinnville. Y’ambill county. Oregon, with the proviaioua ol the act of cor.greaa
Attorneys lor Estate.
March
22
11
All
prices
from
I
secured another sparrow, this time lifted the lid—when lo! to her as­ title of
within six months from the date hereof.
BALLARD
.lone 3. 1H7H, entitled "Ait act fur the aale ot
^15.00 up.
Dated this 22d dav of March, 1^89.
a hen.
tunber hind, io the atates of California; Oregou
tonished gaze was revealed, not the
M artha i : < ari . in ,
won more 1
Nevada and U'nahington toriitory.” Edward
Presently he let her go and said: expected flowers, but a complete The l^oyal ZRoute has
Stand without a
prizes at Target ’
G. D. ( ARUN,
Crigga of Po.'tland, county ot Multnomah .tate
l
rival for accu-
than
Administrators Aforesaid.
“Now I will try to catch two spar- set of men’s underwear ! Explana­ Others may imitate,but none can surpass it Shooting
of
Or., baa thi> day filed in thia office hia awora
\
racyand
killing
all other makes
F enton <t F enton ,
atatenieut No. 43 >. for the purchaae of the a A
»X poweron largo
re ws at one time,” and making a tions as to the stupidity of the valet Our motto is “always on time ”
of rifles put to­
L and O ffice at O regon C ity , I
Attorneys for Estate.
March 22 11 of nw 4 and lota 3 and 4 of art-lion No. 4, in
I
nk
or
small
game
Oregon, Mar, Sth, 1889. f
clutch, took in his hand with two in changing the boxes have proved Be sure and ask ticket agents for tickets gether.
towmdiip No. 2 Booth, range No. c. weal ’and
Notice is hereby given that in compliance
via this celebrated route and take none
Our
w ill off. I proof to allow that the land eoug'ht ia
sparrows in it.
with
the
provisions
of the act of congress of
of no avail. The winged god has others.
W H MEAD, G A
Notice of’ Final Settlement.
We
guarantee
'
more ahi hie to, it, timber or at t ne than for
June 3,1878, entitled “An act for the sale of
As he allowed them to escape he, Hown and the diplomat, disconsolate
No. 4 Washington street, Portland. Or.
iiftricultural purposes, and to .«tabli.h hia
1888
timber lands in the states of California. Oregon
remarked, with an honest smile > and forlorn, has been dropped from
Notice ia hereby given that the undersigned t lnini to aaid land before the Kegiaterand Ito
Nevada and Washington territory,” Milfold F
Our Goods
Nessly of Borland, countv of Multnomah, state executrix of ihe estate of James Green, < <•• cei rer of thia office at Oregon City. Oregon, on
that would take in a horse-dealer.' the list of guests at the house where
EQUAL TO
of Oiegou, has this day filed in this office his deased, has filed her final account of her ad Wednesday, the 5th day of June, Ih89.
Cata
­
“You see, gentlemen, ze sparrow is i formerly he was made welcome.—
He name, aa witneaaes:
W H Itanyan, W IV
sworn statement No. 434, for the purshase of ministration of said estate in the county court
Anything Produced
sc 4 of section No. 4, township No. 2 south, of Y’ambill county, Oregon, ami said court lias f-l'ey. E E«pey and M E Neaaley all of Port
not a hard bird to catch, eef you I N. Y. Herald.
logue the
Oregonian Railway. Vd, Line.
land, Mnltnonmh county, Oregon.
range No. 6 west, and will offer proof to show fixed
IN THAT LINE.
only knew how to catch him.”—
Anv ami all persons claiming adversely th«
that the land sought is more valnabe for its
is just
TUESDAY, MAY 7th, A. I>., IM,
abov deacrilied laoda are reqoeated te file theii
Portland & Willamette Valley R’y Ask your dealer to show
timber or stone than for agricultural purposes,
Washington Post.
at
the
bout
of
11
o
’
clock
in
the
forenoon
of
said
k out.
cluiins
in this office on or before aaid Oth dat of
and to establish his claim to said land before
Prof. Brown-Sequade is reported
our rilles.
*
the Register and Receiver of this office at dra­ day at the county court room at McMinnville, ■lune. 1 >ot9.
Until
further
notice
trains
will
Oregon,
as
the
turn
and
place
for
hearing
the
W. T. BURNEY,
gon City. Oregou, on Wednesday, the 5th day
Those of us not yet fifty years of to have lately informed the French arrive and depart from Lafayette Illustrated Catalogue sent
same.
Mar.515
of June, 1889.
Register.
FREE on application.
ra
Therefore all persons interested in said es
age have probably lived in the most academy of Sciences that, by con­ as follows, to and from Portland. Address
lie names as witnesses:
W 8 Banyan, W W
tate are hereby notified and required to appear
Espey.
E
Espey
and
E
Griggs,
all
of
Portland,
important and intellectually pro­ densing the watery vapor coming
MAIL.
Notice ol Final Settlement
and shew cause, if any there lx-, w by NM I>•
MARLIN FIRE ARMS CO. I
Multnomah county, Oregon.
LEAVE
LEAVE
tate be i ot finally* settled and said executrix
gressive period of human history. from the human lungs, he obtained
Any and all persons claiming adversely the discharged.
Portland... 7 15 am Aiilie............ I GO p m
k
J*.
O.
liojc
SO
i
a
poisonous
liquid
capable
of
pro
­
above describe J lands are requested to file their
Within this half-century the follow­
..olive is hereby given that the nndersigneJ
Dundee .... 9 00 a m Sheridan........ 3 (»7 p m
EDNA 8. GREEN,
claims in this office on or before said 5th day
ha« Illi-1 in th« county court of Yamhill county,
NEW EAVEN, CONN.
Executrix of said Estate.
ing inventions and discoveries have ducing almost immediate death. Lafayette... 9 26 a in Lafayette.. 4 15 p m
ofJune, 1S89.
I Oregon, hia linai uciount an administrator of’
.. .10 30 a m Dundee... . 4 40 pm
F enton & F enton ,
been among the number: Ocean The poison is an alkaloid (organic), Sheridan.
W, T. BURNEY,
Airlie (ar). .12 30 p m Portland (ar) 6 30 p m
Attorneys for Estate
March 22-11 ill.;. «Ut« of Mary Old« Taylor, de'-eaned. and
Mar 15-15
Register.
said court has set
steamship, street railways, elevated and not a microbe or series of mic­ For fm ther information apply to the Com­
TUESDAY, MAY Wi, A. D„ 188»,
railways, telegraph lines, ocean ca­ robes. He injected this liquid pany’s Agent at Lafayette, or address General Lyman’s Patent Combination Cun-Sight.
Timber
Land,
Act.lune
3,
IX7K
ut 2 o clock, p. m.. at the court henna of aaid*
Notice for Publication.
bles, telephones, phonograph, pho­ under the skin of a rabbit and the office, corner Second & Pine Sts., PortlandOgn
• «unti, h . the time and place to hear Iks same
tography, and a score of new meth­ effect was speedily mortal without
Therefore all persona interested therein will,
convulsions.
Dr.
Sequard
said
it
appear at nai l time and place and show cause
L
and O ffice at Oregon City. Or.. •
ods of picture-making, aniline col­
Notice is hereby given that in pursuance
It and there be. why aaid estate tie not finally
March 22,1889 f
arttle J.
*
ors, kerosene oil, electric lights, was fully proved that respired air
40 Per Cent. of an order of the county court of Y’ambill
Notice is hereby given that in coiupliance I ! Dated March 22d, 1889.
county, Oregon, made and entered of rec­
steam fire-engines, chemical fire-ex­ contains a volatile element far more
Reduction iu ord on the 5th day of March. 1889. in the with the provisions of the act of congress of
CHAS. H. TAYLOR,
3, 1878. entitled “An act for the sale of I
Price.
tinguishers, anæ8thetics and pain­ dangerous than the carbonic acid
matter of the estate of B, €’. Westfall, de­ June
Adininistrator Aforesaid.
timber lands in the states of California, |
rrXToM <k F entox ,
SEND FOR TO page Catalogue ceased, the undersigned as administrator Oregon. Nevada rod Washington terri-1
less surgery ; gun-cotton nitro-gly­ which is one of its constituents, and
of Sight*. Iflfl- 8, etc.
of said estate, will on
Attorney« for Estate
March 3»n
Address,
tory,” Henry Troeger, of Portland, county
cerine, dynamite, giant powder; al­ that the human breath contains a
SATURDAY. THE 27th DAY’ OF APRIL, of Multnomah, state of Oregon, has this
Wm. LY5JAN,
highly
poisonous
agent.
This
start
­
Noti<-e
can
learn
the
exact
cost
uminium, magnesium, and other
1889,
day filed in this office his sworn statement
Middlefield, Ct.
of
at the hour of 1 o’clock, p. in of said day, No 449, for the purchase of the s w
metals ; electro-plating, spectrum, ling fact should be borne in mind
S. L and O ffice at O hf . oon C itv , I
sell
on
the
premises
hereinafter
described,
section No. 10, in township No. 2 south,
by
the
occupants
of
crowded
horse
­
Oregon, March I Sth, 1889. f
of
any
proposed
line
of
analysis and spectroscope; audi­
IDEAI RELOADINGI TOOLS
at public auction, to the highest bidder, all range No G west, and will offer proof to
cars
and
ill-ventilated
apartments.
(*«
mphirit
Laving been entered at thia office
phone, pneumatic tubes, electric
show
that
the
land
sought
is
more
valuable
the
right,
title
and
interest
of
said
B
(
’
.
FOR ALL
by I><
b J. Kva. gainst Hamn«l M. Hare,
advertising in American
Westfall, deceased, in, of and to the follow­ for its timber or stone than for agricultural for abandoning hit Homeatead Entrv No 5610,
motor, electric railway, electric —Boston Journal.
RIFLES, Pistols
ing real premises, to-wit:
purposes, and to establish his claim to said datod July M, lax i, nia,-. the n e 4 aertio. », t
and
8hot
Cuns.
bells, typewriter, cheap postal sys­
The east 1-2 of the southeast % of section lan<i before the register and receiver of this 2 b , r .1 w, in \ ainhill county, Oregon, with a
B est tn the W orld . Send
22, in t 2 s. r .3 w of Willamette meridian, in office at Oregon City, Oregon on Thursday, ’ view to the cancellation of Baid entry, the raid
tem, steam heating- steam and hy­ Girls who use powder don’t go oft’ napers by addressing
for Illustrated Descriptive g
Circular.
r
Y’ambill county, Oregon, being the home­ the 29th «lay of June, 1
par tic« are hereby summoned ty appear at Me
draulic elevators, vestibule cars, any quicker than those who don’t. Geo. P. Rowell & Co.,
He names as witnesses: T M Stark, J II Mmnville. Yamhill county, Oregon, before tbo
stead claim of |B. C. Westfall, in Y’ambill
IDEAL MF’G CO..
|
county,
Oregon
Rankin,
W
E
Jacobs
and
W
S
Rumyon,
all
cantalever bridges. These are only —Poston Courier.
New
Haven,
Conn.
‘
1
clerk
of aaid county on the :10th day of April
8 ox IO«4G
Newspaper Advertising Bureau,
Terms of Sale—Cash in hand. Deed at of Portland, Mnltnoinah county. Oregon.
la*:>, at 19 o’clock, a. m.. to re pond and fum-
a part. All positive knowledge of
IO Spruoe St., Naw York.
expense of purchaser.
Anv and all persons claiming adversely i h te-timony concerning said alleged abandon
■ flUEDTI^CD C or others,who wish to exarrJn»*
the physical constitution of plane­
the above-described lands are requested to rnent.and on the testimony then aubmittod a
Dated March 15th, 1889
Send lOcta. for lOO-Page Pamphlet.
AU V Lil I lwL«eW this paper, or obtain estimates
file their claims in this office on or before hearing will
L. F. HALL.
had at thia Office on Jnaa 1 .
tary and stellar worlds has been at­ Children Cry for
on advertising space when in Chicago, will find it on file at
said 20th dav of June, 188,s
Administrator
of
Said
Estate.
18HJ, at ¡0 o'clock a. in
I 45 to 49 Randolph St.,
tained within this period.— Homi-
F entom A F enton .
W. T BURNEY,
„
______
W. W BVKNEY,
Pitcher’s Castoria. N. W. AYER A SON. ourautburUed aerate. the Advertising Agency of LORDS “HOMAS.
Register
March
Attorneys lor Estate
March 15:10 April 5-18
tetie Review.
llegMUt
Commencing April 1, Ending July
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